Free Webinar-Current Topics European Security and Intelligence: Analysis of the Terrorist Attacks in France and Austria
On November 2, 2020, a heavily armed man opened fire on people in Vienna’s popular nightlife district, killing four people and wounding over 20 people. The gunman was identified as a 20-year-old “Islamist terrorist” who was earlier released from jail. The Jihadist group Islamic State (IS) claimed on its propaganda it was behind the attack. Meanwhile, a week earlier, three people died in a knife attack at a church in Nice, in what French President Emmanuel Macron said was an “Islamist terrorist attack.” Both episodes are a growing trend that something is wrong in Europe.
These indications include the existence and activities of the terrorists themselves which seems to be focusing on this territory; the actions of “non-governmental organizations” that may be involved in the finance and logistics of supporting acts of terrorism; and the seemingly the use or abuse of religion. France’s and Austria’s security services are seemingly unprepared to prevent the establishment of these terrorist infrastructures in their countries…why? One reason may be the lack of understanding of the problem, especially among professionals in the intelligence and counterintelligence communities. This international webinar is a ‘snapshot’ that seeks to bring the leading experts from Europe to briefly discuss this topic from their perspective. Each presentation will be 10-12 minutes, to stimulate future discussions and potential scholarship. This free webinar includes,
This webinar will be available on December 15th at 1500 hours CET/Serbia, 1400 hours GMT/UK, and 0900 hours EST/USA Information or Questions: Dr. Trifunovic firstname.lastname@example.org
This webinar is sponsored by the Security Science Journal (Serbia), the International Journal of Intelligence and CounterIntelligence (USA) and Experiential Learning Services (USA)
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